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Elif İlhamoğlu

Elif İlhamoğlu is political scientist and  journalist (Turkey). She is studying for PHD on the political science and international relations department at Istanbul University (Middle East studies). She visited Middle East countries, Syria, Lebanon, Iran several times and did interviews with the leaders as Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Hilal al-Hilal Secretary General of the Syrian Ba’ath Party.

 

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As the 56 Munich Security Conference ends, the Western alliance is at the brink of collapse

As the 56 Munich Security Conference ends, the Western alliance is at the brink of collapse

The 56th Munich Security Conference this year convened around the topic of ’Westlesness'
Solving the crisis in Idlib

Solving the crisis in Idlib

Tensions between Turkey, Russia and Syria have risen after the killing of Russian officers in Syria and later Turkish soldiers and a civilian in Idlib
“We want a free, independent Iraq”: journalist who threw shoes at George Bush

“We want a free, independent Iraq”: journalist who threw shoes at George Bush

Iraqi journalist Muntadhar al-Zaidi speaks out about new protest movement in Iraq
Is there a solution for the Libyan crisis?

Is there a solution for the Libyan crisis?

Mehmet Yuva, a professor at Damascus University, responded to our questions about the crisis in Libya
The first phase of the China-US trade deal

The first phase of the China-US trade deal

The United States and China signed off on the first phase of a trade deal following extensive negotiations.
U.S. military is being deployed to the Greek Section!

U.S. military is being deployed to the Greek Section!

Turkish Cypriot Foreign Minister Ozersay: "The US move is against Russia!"
Changes in Turkey’s neighborhood

Changes in Turkey’s neighborhood

The main cause of the dramatic shifts in the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East
The former Head of Turkey’s Military Intelligence: a turning point for the Middle East

The former Head of Turkey’s Military Intelligence: a turning point for the Middle East

What further developments will we see in the Middle East in the wake of the assassination of Qassem Soleimani?
US cannot afford conflict with China

US cannot afford conflict with China

US foreign policy is increasingly oriented against China..
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